Here’s a run down of the news around South Yorkshire today.
Man stabbed near Sheffield nightclub
A man was stabbed in an attack outside a Sheffield nightclub.
The 34-year-old was knifed near to the Electric Box nightclub in Charter Square, Sheffield city centre, in the early hours of Sunday.
South Yorkshire mum meets son’s killer
The mother of a South Yorkshire teenager killed in a horror crash today revealed she has come face-to-face with her son’s killer.
Jamie West, aged 15, of Mexborough, and his dad Stephen Ramsell, 37, of, Bentley, Doncaster, died after a silver Subaru Impreza in which they were travelling hit a wall and road sign on Cusworth Lane, near Cusworth Hall, in August 2014.
Man charged with murder after stabbing in Sheffield
A man has been charged with murder following a stabbing in Sheffield.
Steven Ray, aged 36, of Thornborough Road, Heeley, Sheffield, is accused of killing 29-year-old Rory Hemmings, from Woodhouse, who was stabbed in his chest.
Lively pavement protest over tax credit cuts is weekly affair
A lively ‘pavement protest’ against cuts to tax credits is taking over a Sheffield community every week.
The event aims to highlight how the controversial Government cuts will affect 27,000 working families in the city, plus around 43,000 children, and is set to continue until Christmas.
Conservation fears over Sheffield’s £480m retail quarter
Conservation campaigners today warned Sheffield’s £480 million retail quarter scheme could cause a ‘significant deterioration’ to a city centre street.
Ex-Sheffield United player Alan Cork feared for life in Paris terror attacks
Former Sheffield United player and assistant manager Alan Cork has said he feared for his life after being caught up in the Paris terror attacks.